Over 8,000 books, CDs, DVDs, and vinyl records will be on sale this Saturday (Sept. 26) at the annual Rosslyn Reads Book Festival.
The festival is an annual fundraiser for Turning the Page, a non-profit that aids underserved students in the community. Carpe Librum, a non-profit used bookstore, will be partnering with Rosslyn BID this year to contribute to the fundraiser.
From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, attendees can buy “gently used” items at a price range of $2 to $6 in Central Place Plaza (1800 N. Lynn Street).
Several procedures will be in place to promote social-distancing:
- Attendees must pre-register for a one-hour time slot to shop and provide confirmation of registering upon arrival
- Review Rosslyn BID’s COVID-19 Safety Protocols before registering
- Those who do not pre-register must sign a waiver before entering
- A maximum of 50 people will be allowed inside the plaza to shop at a time
- Masks will be required for all attendees
- Hand-sanitizer stations will be available at the entrance
- Attendees will be required to follow a one-way flow of foot traffic
Photo via Rosslyn BID/Facebook
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